A report from the University of Cambridge, England, says that increased blood levels of vitamin C are associated with a decreased risk of ischemic stroke, the type due to a blood clot, rather than brain hemorrhage. In effect, those with the highest blood level of vitamin C were 42 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those with the ...

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Once upon a time the type A executive, shouting orders, and working long hours was the stereotype believed to die young. But the British Whitehall study of civil servants, started in 1960, says this is a popular myth. Rather, those at the top of the pecking order have the least stress and healthier lives. In ...

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Do you remember what life was like when you were 20 years old? Vaguely, huh? Well, those were the days when you had the energy to shoot hoops for three hours for nothing more than something to do. Those were the days of a 34-inch waistline and maybe some blonde highlights in the hair that ...

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We reduce our calories to the point of actually slowing our metabolism, we get rid of all the fat (forgetting that the brain is 60 percent fat) and raise our fat-converting carbohydrates through the roof …

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Hip fractures are always bad news. 25 percent of patients die within a year, 50 percent end life in a wheel chair and only 25 percent return to normal activity. So try to prevent fractures by taking vitamin D3, about 3,000 milligrams (mg), calcium, 500 mg and vitamin K2, 100 micrograms daily. K2 directs calcium into bone, ...

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The majority of diets would probably succeed‹ at least to some degree ‹if we were able to stay satisfied with them long enough to see the results. Many times, when people make a commitment to lose the excess body fat (the old "this time I'm serious" syndrome), it is usually those insatiable cravings for the ...

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By: Brad King Quinoa Porridge Recipe by yours truly as found in my latest book The Ultimate Male Solution www.UltimateMaleSolution.com 1/2 cup uncooked quinoa 1 cup water 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/2 cup milk, organic 1 small granny smith apple, diced 1/2 cup blueberries 1/4 cup walnuts, chopped 1 tablespoon maple syrup (optional) In a small pot, place quinoa, water and cinnamon and bring to a boil. Once ...

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Age related macular degeneration (AMD) affecting part of the retina that allows central vision, is a leading cause of blindness as we age.There's no 100 percent cure but you can take steps to decrease the risk. For instance, smokers can stop smoking, as they're 6X more likely to develop this disease. Light coloured eyes should avoid excessve ...

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CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST HEALTH CANADA TORONTO - On Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 10 am (Eastern Time)  The Rocco Galati Law Firm, (Suite 203, 637 College Street, Toronto, Canada) will hold a MEDIA NEWS CONFERENCE regarding a Class Action Lawsuit that was recently filed, on the behalf of their clients, against Health Canada. Mr. Galati ...

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One of the staples in my supplement regime is fish oil.  I started taking fish oil almost a year ago on the advice of my naturopath. At first the thought of adding some more capsules to my list made me cringe.  Also I had tried fish oil caps before and they were tough to get ...

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